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and it was saturated and never been changed. >> reporter: mary kay evans said she complained constantly about the care her husband jack received at potomac nursing center in arlington. >> his dentures were never removed from his mouth and cleaned. his fingernails and toe nails were long. his body was dirty. his hair was never shampooed and unshaved. >> reporter: his widow would still find his lunch still uncovered and untouched in the evening. >> nobody would feed him and he couldn't feed himself. it was just dropped off there. sometimes there would be roaches in the tray. >> reporter: the medicare virginia state fraud office asked if she would allow the fbi to put a camera in her husband's room and she said yes. with the evidence on the video, they were able to indict 11 employees on charges ranging from neglect and forgery to assault and battery. the worst case involves a male nurse who is accused of and apparently caught on tape holding a pillow over mr. evan's' face. the nurse charged in the pillow incident is 30-year-old john diaz. his trial is coming up next month. this woman, a nurse's aid, has
is referring to are the boys of boys hope and this is evan towns. >> we had an opportunity to bring -- opportunity for a fresh start. >> reporter: things started off pretty good for evan in elementary school. but when he got to middle school. >> boys started picking on me. pretty bad choice. also my grades were not up to par. it was like i didn't understand the work and i wasn't getting help. >> reporter: providing a fresh start is what boys hope is all about. >> i started asking questions. i started asking for help. anybody would or did anything to me i would notify the teacher let them deal with that situation and go on with my week. that was all i had to change. >> reporter: this is evan's room with the help of susan miller and her company make your own bedroom it will soon have a new look. >> we felt there was a strong need in the marketplace for people to go out and work and really start to design their own bedrooms. >> reporter: susan miller and her team hopes that donating their time to personalize their rooms will continue work for these young men. >> they started their live
. for now, sheriff mike evans says there is a good possibility the shootings are gang related. evan has arrested 30 people, mostly for drugs. and he believes this may be retaliation. jail guards alerted the sheriff about recent threats. >> there have been threats towards the county deputies against, you know, we are going to shoot at police officers. this is the first case we have had of that. and, of course, it wasn't the calvert county deputies. it was a state trooper. >> reporter: until the suspects are arrested all are on alert. >> they executed a search warrant in connection with the investigation. three alleged gang members were arrested for drug possession but have not been linked to the shooting. >>> gunfire at the adam morgan day festival today. a dc police officers shot and killed a hit bull who police say attacked a poodle. witnesses told fox 5 what they saw. >> the poodle was just passing by and suddenly they jumped up at each other. they were biting. >> the pitbull started biting the owner of the dog and her bystander that was there with her started biting them. >> the poli
is live tonight, and she joins us with the latest in another story involving john evans. >> eve harmony is cooperating with investigators, who have been working for weeks trying to tie john evans to may be several cases. online, he was charming and friendly, but they say that 34- year-old john evans was a predator, attacking a woman in his south writing house on their first date -- in his south riding home. >> it is scary when you meet somebody on line, because you really do not know. >> the 37-year-old loudoun county woman who says she was sexually assaulted at his town house called for help when she got free. the attack happened in july. since then, investigators have been working with e-harmony to see if he may have a history of using dates. >> people who do this, there is usually other victims out here. >> the victims says she and edmunds initially agreed to meet at a public place, but at the last moment, he changed the plan to go to this house -- the victim says she and evans initially agreed to meet at a public place. investigators in loudoun county say this may help women who may
and with that outside from 12 yards out and with 5 1/2 to go in the fourth. the handoff to evans and hit and fumbled. they would hold on and the dukes with four secs to go and upsets the hokeys on the home turf. >>> and the home opener for navy hosting georgia southern and eagles head coach from 2002- 2007 under paul johnson. second quarter, navy up serve-0 and punkes it in. the navy led 13-0 at the half and win 13-7. >>> the battle for the reach hu this afternoon. always a big affair when they meet and tied at 49 in the half and on that round, 21-14. and in the third, more hampton and to davis. he picks up a nice one and goes in the for the td. 31-21, the final. and it's time for a quick break. when we come back, the -- is good defense enough to beat the marlins? nationals highlights are on deck. >>> a quick programming note. the real score begins tomorrow at 9:00 a.m. on wdca my 20. it's a new 60-minute sports information show that features athletes and sports executives. and the nats president will appear on the first episode. we'll be right back. -9 ♪ i thought it was over here... ♪ [car hor
and toenails were dirty and long. his hair never shampooed or shaved. >> jack evans with was partially paralyzed barely move and had trouble breathing. his widow said he would find his lunch uncovered and untouched in the evening. >> no one would feed him and he couldn't feed himself. it was dropped off there. sometimes there would be roaches on the tray. >> evans attorney says the medicaid fraud office asked if she would allow the fbi to putt a surveillance camera in her husband's room she said yes. >> with the evidence on the videotape, the commonwealth attorney was able to indict 11 employees on charges ranging from neglect and forgery to assault and battery. the worst case involved a male nurse, who was caught on tape holding a pillow over mr. evans ' face. the nurse charged in the billow incident is 30-year-old john diaz his trial is coming up next month. this woman, a nurse's aide has already been convicted of assault. she is seen in a video laughing while she throws popcorn at mr. evans as he tries in vain to bat it away. >> my husband was scared to death. >> reporter: evans fil
's impressive. the ensuing hokey's possession. tierod tailorand he tosses it to evans. he scoots up the sideline. evans scores on the next play giving virginia tech a 7-0 lead. the hokey's defensive coordinator, bud foster, looking like a madman. 15 seconds t play in the first half. he runs out of the pocket trying to get to the end zone but morgan, number two on the tackle, he's short of the goal line and the clock expires. so that's it. end of the half. frank beamer and the hokies blank boston college 19-0. they were first shutout since 2006. the hokies are 2-2. how about that? >>> in charlottesville, the cavs hosting the military military institute. first quarter, no score. cavs on offense and to dontrle inman. he makes some mov a he's in for a 25-yard score. uva in front, 7-0. he threw three touchdowns. later, game tied at seven. vmi kicking it off. horn takes it at the 13-yard line. he fin some running room and in an abundance of running on the play, wow! >> he's faster than them. >> ght. 87 yards and the cavs win big, 48-7. uva is unbeaten at home. next up? florida state. >>> to baton roug
demolition to evans brothers for hazardous materials abatement and physical demolition of the terminal, rats, and select buildings upon satisfaction of certain conditions. >> thank you. the mtp for the demolition contract -- we brought evans brothers on board. we receive a bid
in our district, and we want to take a moment to bring up one of our malcolm x teachers, rebecca evans. [applause] and we do want to recognize you today. in 2009-2010 -- oh, no, you don't have to come all the way here. i'm sorry. 83% of the students in our classroom scored proficient or above in math, and 72% scored proficient or above in english language arts, and i believe the year before you had very similar scores as well. and we just want to recognize you and also give you a moment to talk a little bit about the work that you and the malcolm x community was able to do to bring up the a.p.i. 108 points, so that we as a board can kind of learn from the best practices that are already going on in this district. >> thank you. definitely. first, i'd like to say good evening to superintendent garcia, president kim, all the other board members, faculty, staff, students, teachers, everyone who's in the crowd right now. it is truly an honor to be up here action accepting this award on behalf of my students. and i say that, because they're the ones that deserve the recognition for all the h
was a hollywood goddess. cybill shepherd. and why linda evans left the cybill shepherd. and why linda evans left the spotlight. what were the facts? fact: march 7, 2000. brown asks voters for new mayoral power to appoint school board members. he gets it, and promises better schools. but the drop out rate increases...50%. the school budget goes into a 100 million dollar deficit. the schools become so bad...the state has to take them over. it was "largely a bust," he admitted. jerry brown. failure as governor. failure as mayor. failure we can't afford now. >> today on oprah at 4:00, the aging beauties of hollywood. a peninsula mother in jail after making marijuanana-laced brownies that ended up in the hands of her four-year-old child. a cereal box typo that's connecting people to a sex line and they thought they were dialing a charity. >> gotta see that story. the comic strip peanuts is celebrating in a big way at the smithsonian in washington d.c. a photograph of the late charles schulz of the peanuts gang is going to be on display. his wife is in washington for the celebration and a surprise, a
on this run. he would leave the game with a hamstring injury and would not return. normally williams and evans have the carries but they used david wilson this time. down 6th and a third wilson ad one of his two td. they win 49-27. >> first of three consecutive games for the navy down 13-7. no triple option here. dogs lost it to john howl for the 24 five yard td. the missed extra point and we are tied at 13. third quarter tied at 23. it is the back up qb chris proctor keeps it. the dogs have been knocked out of the game after hard hits on consecutive plays. he would later return. navy wins 37-23. >>> in other local scores, howard falls to florida a&m 50- 7. georgetown loses on the road to yale 13-45. >> and catholic loses to mcdaniel 24-14. >>> we will be right back.   words alone aren't enough. my job is to listen to the needs and frustrations of the shrimpers and fishermen, hotel or restaurant workers who lost their jobs to the spill. i'm iris cross. bp has taken full responsibility for the clean up in the gulf and that includes keeping you informed. our job is to listen and find w
obesity. democratic senator evan bye, republican senator john thune and white house press secretary robert gibbs are among those attending. >>> time again for weather and traffic on the 1s. >> and a nice mark for a walk. >> indeed. lookslike another beautiful day around the way. we have more clouds around, though. a chance for much-needed rain coming in after sunset tonight. and maybe a little bit of thunder, too, after sunset. but otherwise don't have any chance of any severe weher that does not appear. and we'll have some clouds coming through from time to time throughout the day today. right now off to a mild start in the low 60s in arlington, montgomery, prince george's and fairfax counties. upper 60s in washington and right near the bay and the tide water region and the atlantic beaches. the mountains a bit cooler in the low 50s in many locations. afternoon highs climbing in the low to m 80s with a southerly breeze that will increse a bit with the clouds coming through. should be a cloudy finish to the afternoon. and then cloudy tonight. there is about a 40% chance for a pasng shower,
cards. nancy evans, mary ann haley, jackie. ian burke, charlie lavery, margaret, fran taylor? barbara, rick hampton, darren brown, barbara lopez? >> good evening. i am barbara savage. i have been a registered nurse over 35 years. my concerns are many, but i will speak to the situation of traffic. for the safety of myself and my patients, i am going to carry gloves with me when i take the buses around the city. as a non-driver, i use buses exclusively and travel van ness almost weekly. traffic congestion is so common that they take a book with me so i have something to do. i work labor and delivery at cpmc california campus. we have 18 labor beds, and usually three-five patients -- three-five guests for each patient. after delivery, the patient goes to post part of for mother and delivery care and we have approximately 50 beds. that is 150 cars coming to visit the patients. itadd to this the cars of doctors, nurses, what a challenge. history and research has educated us to know that the support of family and patients results in a quicker recovery and better outcomes. we want people to
-old john evans met the 37-year-old victim on the site back in june. in july she went to his home where officials say he held her against her will, and sexually assaulted her. sheriff's investigators are now concerned this woman was not evans' first victim. >> a situation like this, it's the same as someone who's been scammed. they don't want the embarrassment of someone knowing they've bn scammed so they don't say anything. that's how these perpetrators continue to get by with their crimes. if anybody is familiar with this person we'd certainly like to hear from them. >> eharmony released a statement saying it's, quote, deeply saddened to hear about this terrible incident. the website also said it immediately closed eva' account and notified all of his matches not to commucate with him. >>> the company that hires metro access drivers is taking a closer look at howhose drivers are trained. mv tansportation has authorized an independent investigation into the hiring and training of drivers. it comes in the wake of fur complaints of sexual assault against metro access drivers. the company
is behind bars. according to the sheriff a office, john evans met the 37-year-old viim on the dating website. officials say he held her against her will and sexually assaulted her. police are concerned that she is not evans' first victim. >> they don't say anything, that is how they continue to get by with thei crime. they don't come forward. if anyone is familiar with him call. >> the waeb site closed evan's account, and notified all his matches not to communicate with him. >> police in fairfax need your help finding a man who tried to rob a woman ashe sat in her car in the middle of the afternoon. the woman was stopped at a red light, wh a man two cars back d got out and implied he had a weapon. dimanding money. the light turned green, and the woman drove away. 5'10", short black hair, a m mustache, and a gap between his two front teeth. >>> she was the college student from fairfax county found stabbed to death in her car over the summer. yesterday, fam was found dead in her car a few blocks away off route 50. we must point out, there is no word on connection between the two crimes. >>> th
avenue in pueblo, colorado, as the frank evans government printing office building. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the rule, the gentlewoman from texas, ms. johnson, and the gentleman from florida, mr. diaz-balart, will each control 20 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentlewoman from texas. ms. johnson: thank you, madam speaker. i rise in strong support of h.r. 5651 as amended which designates the facility of the government printing office located at 31451 east united avenue in pueblo, colorado, as the frank evans government printing office building. congressman evans is a distinguished former member of the house of representatives, born september 6, 1923, in pueblo, colorado. after serving as a u.s. navy pilot during world war ii, congressman evans attended the university of denver, graduating with a bachelor's degree and then received his law degree in 1950. congressman evans went on to the -- to be elected to the colorado state house of representatives in 1960. after serving in the house of representatives, congressman evans would go on to win seven terms representing col
nominated evans for chief judge and after evans was elected he appointed maddux to the head of the law division. maddux says evans drive and motivation have tailed off in recent years. evans supporters says he has brought innovative ideas and diversity to the court system. >>> i'm bloomberg's angie lau live at the cme group in chicago. stocks are surging today thanks in part to banks. banks leading charge after regulators gave world bank eight years to come up with enough cash to double its capital requirements aimed at preventing a future financial crisis. that eases pressure for banks. the analyst says extending these deadlines will be a relief to banks including banc of america and citigroup. meanwhile, nothing thrifty about the bid price for dollars thrifty in the latest salvo for the car rental company. s her is raising its offer for dollar thrifty to one and a half billion dollars. is it hertz latest effort to drive rival car rental company avis off the deal. rivals have been jockeying for dollar thrifty since the spring. we were looking nor a deal coming your way. th
not have happened without the likes of people like doug caee and stan evans who drafted the sharon statement and people like david frankie. so it was te dirt best times if you will. was onof those moments ithink l of us in our lives that were there will remember as a very special moment where history was being made and history was made and i think toda it has still has its effect on the political system in the united states. so i look forward to the opportunity to listen to some of the others and have this discussion continued here today. thank you. [applause] >> thank you in very much, both lee and jim. that is a wonderful setting of the stage of what is going to come after sharon. let me just reiterate a couple of things that may not have ben mentioned or that i wantto emphasize a little bit before i go on as to what happened afterward. first of all, of course, the conscious of the conservative, just months before the sharon statement was drafted. and by the time sharon can along it had been distributed o probably a couple of hundred thousand people. i know tat by november, there
-old john evans with sexual assault. he met a woman on the dating website e harmony. in june she came to his house where he assaulted her. police are concerned there may be more victims of evans who have not come forward. officers urge them to do so. >>> tonight police are on the hunt for a gunman who shot a teenager at a popular hangout. it happened near largo high school in maryland. fox 5's roby chavez is live in the newsroom with the details. >> many neighbors feared the violence was escalating and today it did. the neighborhood is just across the street from the high school. it appears students and some of their older friends gathered and got into a brawl. the fighting got out of hand and today someone pulled out a gun. a chaotic scene left school books scattered and one boy critically injured, his bloodied clothes in the street. neighbors say the teen collapsed in a driveway after being shot. young children watched it all play out. >> i am very worried because i didn't expect that from this area, you know, because normally it's very quiet around here, but i'm just shocked. >> reporter:
the online dating site eharmony. according to the loudoun county sheff's office, 34-year-old john evans met the 37-year-old victim on the site back in jue. in july she went to his home where officials say he held her against her will, and sexually assaulted her. sheriff's investigators are now concerned this woman was not evans' first victim. >> a situation like this, it's the same as someone who's been scammed. they don't want the embarrassment of someone knowing they've been scammed so they don't say anything. that's how these perpetrators continue to get by with their crimes. if anybody is familiar with this person we'd certainly like to hear from them. >> eharmony released a statement saying it's, quote, deeply saddened to hear about this terrible incident. theebsite also said it immediately closed evans' account and notified all of his matches not to communicate with him. >>> a former high school football star will spend the next three decades in prison. tommy whack was convicted of murder in a scheme that prosecutors say started on an adult chat line. prosecutors say nearly two years
days ago, i walked into a bob evan's. and as i walked through the restaurant, i saw a man and a woman, and i went over to them and they were writing numbers on a piece of paper. i said, what's -- what are you doing there? they said, well, my job was downgraded. the lady says , my job was downgraded. we're sitting here working on the family budget. trying to figure out how to make it work. >> you wouldn't be surprised that democrats senate, they question just about everything he says. one blogger in the state wrote this anthony fosakaka wrote, like much of tonight's debate, the words come out of john's mouth were fiction. someone please send me a photo of the ohio couple in the bob evan's with the napkin and i'll personally apologize the next time i'm at the country club. i was at the bob evan's because that's where we met kasich to interview him when we were in ohio. there's the couple right there. >> right in the bob evan's. >> john walked in and he was working the room before our interview and he did talk to this couple. we listened to it. it's not exactly the way congressman kasich
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. >>> our coverage continues with fox 5's laura evans. >> reporter: a mother's anguish trying to get to her baby who is in the day care inside the discovery communications building. >> if you have children -- >> reporter: hers was one of several babies whisked in their cribs from the day care down the sidewalk to a nearby mcdonald's while s.w.a.t. trucks moved into position and police tried to clear the area. day care workers jumped into action making sure the children were safe and out of harm's way. >> my child, my wife is in there. it is effect. she called me with what was going on and i whisked over here and i saw the kids coming across colesville road so i ran out and grabbed kids and a lot of people were helping out. >> reporter: exactly how close the babies tort danger is unclear but someone who works in the child care center contacted fox 5 and said this. we heard two shots, not a bb gun or muffled noise. then a rattling noise that sounded like chance. when we were evacuating the children, we sought broken glass. my heart dropped when i saw the broken glass. i put it together that t
evans has more. >> i'm empty. i'm lost. i miss her but i did the right thing. i made the decision not to resuscitate when her heart failed. she would not want to have lived in a vegetative state. >> reporter: natasha pettigrew was riding south on route # 02 when hit from behind. kenis henry went back to where her daughter had parked sunday morning and found her car and one of her daughter's shoes left at the scene. >> it is my daughter's shoe. we laughed when she bought those shoes. i said they were the ugliest shoes i ever saw in my life and she said no one else will have them but me. >> reporter: furious that police didn't take the shoe from the scene, her mother sat on the curb until the police came to get it. crystal haze says she saw the driver stop at the scene. >> as they pulled over, i didn't want me to notice me noticing them. before i could back around, the suv was gone. >> reporter: hayes says she stayed with natasha. >> she was up conscious. i told her somebody was on the way i told her to keep breathing. >> reporter: laura evans, fox 5 news. >> police say the bike was
beaches. laura evans is monitoring in the hurricane center tonight. >> reporter: let's take a look at some of the damage that's happened in saint thomas island. trees and power lines down all over the islands there. there's no cell phone service, electricity, running water, and curfews are in effect right now. with the clean-up there, hurricane earl is headed to the east coast as you heard sue say. the damage is not expected to be anywhere what it was in saint thomas but it's bringing dangerous conditions to the del marba beaches. hurricane earl pushing through the caribbean with high winds and fierce waves slamming the coast of the dominican republic. at least 200 people have been evacuated. meanwhile, all is calm along the us's mid atlantic beaches but that's about to change earl is making himself known along the coast with rough water. he's turning huge rip tides. >> should it be necessary, we'll take protective mitigation efforts for the city as a whole. >> we'll adjust the swimming regulations accordingly. we'll maybe limit people going into the water up to knee deep, if we see the ne
, you know, and i think about it every day. >> joe evans owns his home on north avenue and a few other that is he rents out. his day-to-day concern is of the four legged variety. >> leave the door open at night, they come in. they race you in the door. >> he knows the annoyance brought by filthy vacant homes is nothing compared with what happened on the west side last night. >> that's the worst i have seen. >> the city owns about 10,000 vacant structures, many will wind up like these homes perlman demolished earlier this year. joe evans says he has a better idea. >> knocking them down is not the thing. fix them up. give people a place to live. >> city housing officials do look for ways to rehabilitate city owned properties and only resort to demolition when the safety threat outweighs the benefits of rehabbing them. there are about 30,000 vacant properties in baltimore city, 16,000 have structures on them and the city owns about 10,000 of those. christian schaffer, abc 2 news. >>> even though many of the units were unoccupied, the fire still had a major impact on several families. it a
already been convicted. mary kay evans say she complained constantly about the care her husband jack received the last seven years of his last at potomac nursing center in arlington. he never had his dentures removed and cleaned and wasn't bathed well. he was partially paralyzed and couldn't move and barely breathing. she would find him virtually untouched. >> nobody could feed him. he couldn't feed himself. it was just dropped off there. sometimes there would be roaches in the tray. >> reporter: surveillance video caught two employees abusing jack evans. one reportedly placed a pillow over his face while other threw popcorn at him. both have been fired. others charged with forgery and neglect have been placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of their trials. >>> police believe a fire was no accident. one man died trying to escape the fire while dozens of families are homeless. the 8th story of the apartment building early this morning, two men tried to jump to safety using a telephone cord and a tree just outside the building but 38-year-old pab lo perez mexia missed the
restaurants and demanding money from employees. among them is this area bob evan and friendlies. there the suspect whipped out a handgun and most recently here at september 14th. >> you don't expect this to happen. >> reporter: she's worked at the bob evans for 13 years. i'm frightened to come to work in the morning now. you don't know where he's at. >> reporter: each case, they say he's 6 feet tall and 250 pounds and distinct blue of green ice and he's light skinned. >> if anyone's seen anyone who talked about the crimes or has the features we went over, that would be extremely helpful >>> and the fbi is asking anyone with information to call it. all calls will be kept confidential. >>> a woman learns her punishment after her dog died in a hot car. the 67-year-old left her yellow lab in the car while she shopped in frederick. after she found the pet dead, instead of calling anyone, she went back to the store and returned the dog food and the two dog beds she purchased. she's received 18 months probation. >> information about a popular drug this morning. the fda is placing restr
of the future. top seven, still tied at 2-2. sean burnett in on relief. facing pinch-hitter nick evans with a runner on. and evans seals the deal. singles it right. josh comes in to score. the mets win, 3-2. >>> tennis at the u.s. open. five-time champ and second seeded roger federer taking on fifth seeded robben soderling tonight. a little revenge could be on tap for federer who was ousted by soderling at the french open. mrs. federer, aka murka sitting next to gwen stefani. federer puts it away easily. murta and gwen looking on. he's 181-6 when he wins the first set in a major. this is the second set, soderling comes to the net. that was ill advised. federer wins, 6-4, and just won the match, 6-4, 6-4 and 6-5. >> there you go. >> it's over. >> he's still got it. >> all right. thanks. >>> up next, casino visitors watch in horror as a lion clamps down on a trainer's leg. one word turns innovative design into revolutionary performance. one word makes the difference between defining the mission and accomplishing the mission. one word makes the difference in defending our nation and the c
evans has more. >> reporter: the morning after his stinging loss, mayor adrian fenty, who just four years ago won all pictures, thanked his supporters and said he will get behind vincent gray. no bitterness, no talk of regret, only positive words for the city's future. >> i really respect the democratic process. to me, it would be overstepping my bound to say as the incumbent mayor that i think the democratic no, ma'am should -- nominee should do this or do that. i'm here to support him and when he thinks. >> reporter: mayor fenty said he has had a great 10-year run in elected office and now it is time to do something else. what that is he wouldn't say. >> i feel like i put effect into it. i was fully prepared and excited to serve the city for four more years but it wasn't to be. that wasn't the will of the vote ares. i respect the will of the voters and will respect chairman grey. as of this time, i think i'm at a point in my life where i could move onto something else. >> reporter: vincent gray thanking voters, calling for unity. >> one of the things that is most important to me a
and the base for d.c. mayor is getting intense. incumbent mayor fenty is fighting to keep his seat. laura evans has the latest from the campaign trail. >> some people say adrian fenty has turned his back on droictd residents. as his former deputy chief of staff, i can say they're right. >> reporter: a jab at mayor adrian fenty with testimonials from former fenty support he's and staffers font and center on his opponent vince gray's web site. >> some people say mayor adrian fenty is not inclusive. as a former staffer and supporter, i couldn't agree more. >> reporter: a return punch from the mayor via youtube on a comment gray made in last week's debate here on fox 5 saying the council chair refused to admit to past mistakes. >> what mistake have you made as chairman of city council or serving on council. >> well, i am very proud of the record. >> the whole purpose of a campaign is to get as many votes as humanly possible. so we're working hard from sunrise to sundown to vince as many people to come over and support us. we know our opponents are doing the same thing. >> reporter: right now, it ap
hurricanes, tropical depressions, tropical storms. >> tom evans, part of the team of meatologist who staff the national weather service headquarters in monterey, from their satellites they can monitor the world's storms. >> when we get into the stronger tropical cyclones we seether hurricanes, when we talk about the eastern north pacific's, we call them typhoons once they cross the date line and go into the western north pacific. >> evan says they go by other names as well. that's usually when you're running away from them. in the northern hemisphere they spin counter-clockwise and clockwise in the southern hemisphere. >> that actually has to do with the core yoel iseffect. the core yoel iseffect will allow the winds to curve depending on which hem fear you're in. in this case we get a cure to the right as you go from the north pole to the equator, they quay. >> the ed rakers finish up the preseason at home against seattle. the win would be win number 3 and the niners were actually playing for something. a win over san diego and they would be the only unbeaten team. did they do it? stick a
internalize what we say. they remember everything. someone will come up to you and say, miss evans, i remember three weeks ago you said if we brought in this form you'd give us popsicles. so they remember everything, and they internalize it and so if you tell them that they're smart, they're going to believe it. and we know as he had kators that they're smart, we know they can achieve, but we also need them to realize that they can achieve, and when that happens, it can produce magical things. i'm going to end in an analogy. and oftentimes the kids would say we're only 7, we don't understand what you're saying. and i say, don't worry, one day you will. but -- everybody likes food, so i like to talk about food. the analogy -- let me go into it. so if you're at an all-you-can-eat buffet and you have a small plate and large plate, if the hostess gives you a small plate, there's only so much food you can put on that plate. if thee gives you a large plate, you can pile up all the food you could possibly want. that's what we need to do with our students. we need to continually give them big plates s
including possibly exiting senator evan bayh. >> this is not great news for the republicans. you remember how the democratic national committee walls coming out for ads with john boehner. probably have to change those because it looked like he was ready to make a compromise with obviously. now looks like infighting in the republican party on this exact issue. i don't know if they're john boehner's words. i think he believes he's fighting for tax cuts for everyone. it looks as if the republicans -- >> it looks like democrats are on the same page, too. that shows that when the president comes out and tries to marginalize john boehner or mitch mcconnell, he has to get his own house in order as well. >> sure. outgoing senator from indiana, evan bayh -- i was stunned by this. >> stunning indeed. he sat with katie couric and had a little interview with her. he's been a moderate and independent guy. he's going to get out. on the way out he did a little slamming of the president's advisers. listen to this. >> i think his advisers are very idealistic people and things they want do 50 or 60 years i
with washington veteran, retiring democratic senator evan bayh. >>> coming up this sunday on "meet the press" david gregory is live with form el president bill clinton and former secretary of state colin powell. that's this sunday on "meet the press. ". >>> we'll do the white house soup of the day. a common friday offering, cajun gumbo. >> you say that almost disparagingly. i'll be honest, gumbo is something i wouldn't mind a couple of times a week. >> there's certainly at the white house mess. >> that's right. >> be right back. words alone aren't enough. my job is to listen to the needs and frustrations of the shrimpers and fishermen, hotel or restaurant workers who lost their jobs to the spill. i'm iris cross. bp has taken full responsibility for the clean up in the gulf and that includes keeping you informed. our job is to listen and find ways to help. that means working with communities. restoring the jobs, tourist beaches, and businesses impacted by the spill. we've paid over $400 million in claims and set up a $20 billion independently-run claims fund to cover lost income until people
statesman and texas monthly edited by evan smith. he left that job, raises money and launched the terms tribune, a website devoted entirely to state politics. is that a model for the struggling news business? i spoke to him earlier from austin. >> evan smith, welcome. >> thanks, howie. >> there are a lot of good news organizations in texas. what is the text tribune providing the others aren't? >> there are great organizations in texas but fewer than there were 20 years ago and fewer reporters covering the things that we cover statewide issues. certainly there are fewer of those than 20 years ago. we're just getting inning there alongside them. we think there are things not being covered enough, some things not being covered at all and we've put ourselves of joining the news organizations here in trying to put the best and most robust face on statewide issues like health care, education and all that. >> trying to fill that vacuum. you got $1 million from your friend now publisher john thornton and you've gotten other donations. you've yet to prove you can make money at this. >> he's our
there might be more victims of a sexual assault suspect. officers say the 34-year-old john evans met a woman on the dating website e harmony in june and they say the two met at the suspect's house where he sexually assaulted her. the police want anyone who is a victim of that to come forward. >>> the army revealed new information about the scandal at arlington national semtear. still ahead, a shocking discovery as the investigation into burial mix-ups deepens. >>> and find out why a rescue organization that was supposed to be saving horses is now shut down. >>> and twitter, getting a facelift. a redesigned website unveiled today and makes it easier for users to check out photos and videos. they will consistent of two. one side for tweaks, the other for images and video to be imbedded on there. prior on the change, you would have to click a link to view all of your multimedia. [ male announcer ] have something you love doing? cheerios could be your ticket to do it. big time. you could win a once in a lifetime chance to live your passion by choosing from t never-dreamed-possible prizes. from a
, intercepted. the hokies marks the ball right down the field. evans, 3 yards out. he is in. it 7-0, virginia tech. they win. >>> virginia it in action, taking on vmi. horn takes the kickoff, he is gone. it 87 yards. third quarter, virginia and control. jerry green, yes, the son of redskins a great darrell green. the 15-yard touchdown. >>> couple other local scores, catholic loses today, georgetown wins, beating holy cross, and howard loses to more than state. >>> the nationals-braves, 2-0 braves. alex gonzales it's all of that. the braves beat the nationals, 5-0. >>> the capitals to ending up, they are looking shark. in nashville, they beat the predator's, 2-1. hey, ove, i'm gonna need a bank. any ideas? capital one bank. they're everywhere. ♪ yeah, you're right! [ horns honking ] hey, there's one right up the street. [ male announcer ] capital one bank. the most branches and atms in the dc area. what's in your wallet? ove, go long! hey ella! here's boulder. ok, see you in an hour. [ boulder barks ] bye, bye. here we go. come on boulder. aah! [ dog barks ] aah! come on, guys! daisy! whoo!
laura evans here now with today's developments on that race. >> after months of campaigning, negative ads and animosity the two appear to be playing nice agreeing to work together on a smooth transition. council chairman vincent gray soundly defeated adrian fenty yesterday 53-46% and today gray thanked voters emphasizing he will be inclusive as mayor. he will hold weekly press conferences and he talked about ways he plans to bring unity to the district. >> we'll probably do a series of town hall meetings so that we can hear from people and not just democrats, that we can hear from republicans and independents because frankly, i believe in my heart in one city. >> meanwhile the outgoing mayor not quite sure what the future holds for him. in a gathering with supporters today at his campaign headquarters adrian fenty says doesn't see elected office in his immediate future, but he also didn't rule it out. the mayor says he will remainive in his community and look forward to -- remain active in his community and look forward to his vacation now, but he's also looking back at his campaign.
. labette the rumble in. he brings it down 20 yards. j. evans of the middle. he is off to the races. will they can and that. a touchdown. there are scores around the region. you can go to he called them back in january. 22 is picking the brains. the identity of the ravens may be changing along with numbers 5. >> to get over the hump, you need offense. they won one once. they were trying ot win multiple. you need a good team to do that. >> the orioles have enough offense in detroit. they also had in a pitching and defense. it continues. we need that category. he has been that good. you do not get many chances to swing the bat so you might as well swing hard. 3-1 lead. a 2 run shot. the top 8 following a matt sack by adam jones. he is getting the job done. if the orioles can tack on one more comment they get the victory, 6-3. that is sport. that is sport. please everyone knows a fee is a tax. you raised some taxes during that period, particularly the property tax as well as a lot of fee increases. as you know, there's a big difference between fees and taxes. but...they're
to play. virginia tech in the red zone. payoff goes to darren evans, gets hit hard. fumbles the duke's recover, folks in harrisonburg, virginia feeling good. james madison upsets virginia. >>> maryland taking on morgan state, the terp's home opener. first quarter, maryland already up 7-0. jamar robinson. a quick out to cannon. cannon fakes out the defenders. terps take a 14-0 lead. this is a theme here. second quarter, 17-0 terps and the defense gets in on the score. check it out. demetrius hartsfield. maryland up 24-0. and the route, it's on. later in the second, freshman backup quarterback danny o'brien in the game. and how about o'brien. the freshman steps up in the pocket. this is a money pass. throws a perfect pass to tory smith. o'brien throws for three touchdowns in the first half, the terps crush morgan state. maryland's highest scoring performance in 35 years. let's go to annapolis. navy tries to rebound from the maryland loss last week. hosting georgia southern. second quarter, georgia southern and white. they try to run a fake punt. not so much. well short of the first dow
that showed up. yesterday, in an interview with the st. petersburg times, evan longoria said it's embarrassing and disheartening fans are not showing up. we go out there and play hard for 162 games and for the fans to show the kind of support they're showing right now, you kind of wonder what else you have to do as a player. longoria wasn't the only one to speak out about the lousy attention, rays' star pitcher tweeted his disgust saying had a chance to clinch a postseason spot tonight with 10,000 fans in the stands, embarrassing. he said he was trying to fire up his fans to come out. it didn't work. price on the mound, here he is, a strikeout, eight innings striking out eight in the fifth. karl crawford hit a solo home run to right field. the braves clinch the playoff berth in front of a crowd of nearly 18,000. that's better than the other night. about 5,000 more than the average season attendance. 13,000 a night on average coming out. not good. according to st. petersburg times, the rays' ownership will give out 20,000 free tickets to tonight's game, the last home game of the season. >>> the
from our area has died fighting in afghanistan. laura evans is everywhere at 11:00. >> reporter: brian, brendan loony grew up in montgomery county, went to the naval academy and off to war. he was one of six americans killed yesterday in a nato helicopter crash in southern afghanistan. no word on what caused it to go down. loony leaves behind a wife, his parents and five brothers and sisters. >>> president obama urging global leaders to renew their commitment to end world poverty. at the un, the president reminded global leaders of antiproperty goals that were set 10 years ago. mr. obama will return to the un tomorrow to deliver a major address on foreign policy before a general assembly. >>> from high paying jobs to the county lock-up. eight current and small officials from the city of bell california appeared today in shackles, arrested as part of a corruption investigation. a state audit released today say city officials mismanaged more than $50 million in bond money, levied illegal taxes and paid exorbitant salaries to its leaders. >> laura, you're looking to save a few bucks, who
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